CRESSI COMMANDER BCD

Cressi
HK$4,547.00
Categories: BCD
CRESSI COMMANDER BCD
CRESSI COMMANDER BCD CRESSI COMMANDER BCD CRESSI COMMANDER BCD CRESSI COMMANDER BCD

Commander offers interesting new features compared to its predecessor Back Jac. This highly successful model combines the advantages of a dorsal air chamber with the versatility of a traditional vest and provides two spacious zipper pockets in addition to an incorporated weight system. It is an interesting 100% dorsal volume product, light yet durable (3.250 kg size M), very compact and easy to transport. Now, the harness system is completely independent from the air bladder in the shoulder pad area too, giving the vest absolute stability on the diver’s body, completely freeing the chest, armpit and abdominal areas from pressure due to the expansion of the bladder against the back and around the tank. Scratch-resistant shoulder pads for use with lightweight wet suits. Abdominal area with low side lobes and spacious zipper pockets. The dorsal air chamber has the best buoyancy of the entire Cressi range (19 kg size M), while remaining compact, thanks to the elastic containment straps that also help with drainage. The new weight system LAS (Lock Aid System) 2.0 is now better integrated into the vest, making it much thinner. In the Cressi tradition, this system guarantees maximum ease of weight insertion and extraction with no risk of accidental loss. The anchors have a patented spring closure in case of accidental snagging. It is fully ergonomic and intuitive, even without looking. Two weight compartments anchored in the tank band, very useful to determine the diver’s tilt. The vest combines five different fabrics to ensure maximum suitability based on the requirements of each area of the vest. Commander is extremely light and semi-flexible, fulfilling its purpose without adding weight or volume. Completely covered in comfortable neutral buoyancy padding made of a closed cell material, it prevents the accumulation of water or air, thereby reducing the inherent buoyancy of the vest and promoting quick drying. Its pattern and form make it 100% unisex. New anchoring flap for the inflator hose in thermoplastic rubber with embossed logo. New low contour top release valve with check valve to prevent accidental water infiltration. 8 rings in light alloy with an angular design. “Y” Hose Holder.


  • Very light semi-rigid back pack
  • Tap anchor strap
  • Rigid carrying handle
  • Two 30-mm stainless steel D rings the pockets
  • Two 30-mm stainless steel D rings on the bottom profile
  • Four 50-mm stainless steel D rings on the straps
  • 3 rapid release / excess pressure valves
  • 2 rear weight pockets on the tank strap
  • Integrated weight Lock-Aid System 2.0
  • Harness independent from air bladder
  • Adjustable chest strap
  • 2 spacious zipper pockets
  • Materials: Nylon© 420 Deniers reinforced with Cordura on the pockets and shoulders
  • Construction: Dorsal air tank
  • New anchoring flap for the inflator hose in thermoplastic rubber with embossed logo
Pockets with zippers and bindings on the side lobes

The LAS (2.0) weight system integrated into the vest drastically reduces the total volume of the apparatus, making it much flatter, lighter and more discreet. New rubber grip assembled directly on the pocket. LAS makes managing the weight automatic and intuitive, even when wearing the vest or under poor conditions (when floating, in rough water, etc.). The pockets fit perfectly into their places. The “D” ring located at the opening eases the stress on the fabric and facilitates direct insertion. Spring closure (15 mm long) in case of any accidental snags. Loosens in two steps: compensation, then release. Reinforced pockets with a rigid plate for easy glide. Available in all sizes, from XS to XL, and identical on the right and left sides. Capacity of up to 4.5 kg each with flexible weight

The 100% dorsal air chamber has the best buoyancy of the entire Cressi range, while remaining compact, thanks to the elastic containment straps that also help with drainage

Weight pockets in line with the tank. They are very useful to determine the diver’s tilt


Now, the harness system is completely independent from the air bladder in the shoulder pad area too, giving the vest absolute stability on the diver’s body, completely freeing the chest, armpit and abdominal areas from pressure due to the expansion of the bladder against the back and around the tank